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Libya Flood Emergency

Food Pack £50 Cooked Meal £30 (for 10 people) Cooking Kit £30 Water Containers £40 Hygiene Pack £30 Medical Support £100 Shelter/ Tents £350 ( for 5-8 members of a family) THE ABOVE PROJECTS ARE ZAKAT APPLICABLE.

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Morocco Earthquake Emergency

Food Pack £50 Cooked Meal £30 (for 10 people) Cooking Kit £30 Water Containers £40 Hygiene Pack £30 Medical Support £100 Shelter/ Tents £350 ( for 5-8 members of a family) THE ABOVE PROJECTS ARE ZAKAT APPLICABLE.


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£1000 towards both countries (Morocco and Libya). The amount will go towards food pack, Water supply, sanitation & Hygiene (WASH), medical treatment/healthcare and shelter.

How can you help?
For those seeking to provide valuable assistance to those affected by this devastating event, we humbly encourage you to consider making a donation to our one donation 2 nations appeal today, should you have the means to do so. Your generous contribution will make a significant difference.

We are reaching out to you with a profound and urgent request for your support. In the face of unprecedented challenges, our organization remains steadfast in its commitment to making a meaningful impact. The world is constantly evolving, and so are the needs of our communities, both near and far. That's why we need your help.

Your generous contribution, no matter the size, will be a lifeline that enables us to continue our essential work across a spectrum of critical areas. From providing disaster relief to rebuilding devastated communities to ensuring access to quality healthcare, education, and sustainable development, your support will touch countless lives.

Every penny donated serves as an investment in a better future. It empowers us to deploy vital resources, expertise, and personnel to the frontlines of crises and challenges. Your support directly translates into real, tangible change for individuals and communities in need. It allows us to bridge gaps, offer hope, and restore dignity to those facing adversity.

Together, we can create lasting change and brighter futures for individuals and communities around the world. Your contribution matters more than words can express, and we are immensely grateful for your partnership in our mission. With your support, we can continue to stand at the forefront of change, working tirelessly to make a positive difference in the lives of countless individuals. Thank you for being a beacon of hope and for joining hands with us in our pursuit of a better world.

Morocco Emergency
This tragic event has claimed the lives of over 2,800 people and left a trail of destruction in villages nestled in the High Atlas Mountains.

The country has already witnessed more than 25 aftershocks since the earthquake, which had a magnitude of 6.8.

The epicenter of this devastating earthquake was identified in the Ighil area of the High Atlas mountains. Furthermore, a 4.9-magnitude aftershock was recorded a mere 19 minutes following the initial quake, as reported by the US Geological Survey.

Most of the tragic casualties have been concentrated in remote and challenging-to-reach mountainous regions, as confirmed by statements from the interior ministry.

Disturbing visual documentation has emerged, depicting numerous structures reduced to rubble, and significant damage has been inflicted upon segments of Marrakech's renowned red walls. Additionally, buildings within the old city, a UNESCO World Heritage site, have suffered extensive damage, with photographic evidence revealing the presence of crushed vehicles and debris scattered throughout the affected areas.

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Libya Emergency

The aftermath of Storm Daniel in Libya has been marked by immense tragedy, with a reported death toll of at least 5,000 people, and an additional 10,000 individuals are feared to be missing. This devastating situation resulted from the torrential rain that inundated Libya's northeast, causing two dams to collapse and unleashing further flooding in already affected areas.

Tragically, among the casualties, at least 145 were Egyptian, according to officials in the northeastern city of Tobruk, Libya.

The eastern city of Derna has borne the brunt of this catastrophe, where as many as 6,000 people are currently unaccounted for. Othman Abduljalil, the health minister in Libya's eastern administration, described the situation as "catastrophic" during his visit to the city on Monday. Authorities believe that entire neighborhoods in Derna may have been swept away by the flooding.

The crisis in Derna has overwhelmed local healthcare facilities, rendering hospitals inoperable and filling morgues to capacity.
Families of residents who lived in Derna are living in fear and uncertainty, unable to contact their loved ones since the floods struck. Ayah, a Palestinian woman with cousins in Derna, expressed her deep concern, explaining that all communication with the city appears to be down, leaving her unsure about the safety of her relatives. She described the videos depicting the flooding as terrifying and spoke for many who share this sense of dread.

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